Alan Ritchson better start learning how to shoot arrows and throw hunting knives. He'll need the practice.

The actor (Blue Mountain State, Supernatural) has joined the cast of Catching Fire, coming on board the upcoming Hunger Games sequel as Gloss, a Tribute who ends up competing in the Quarter Quell with his sister Cashmere.

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Meta Golding is the latest name added to the cast of Catching Fire.

The actress - who has appeared on such shows as CSI: Miami, Burn Notice and House - will come on board The Hunger Games sequel in the role of Enobaria, the District 2 tribute who won her competition by tearing open the throat of her rival with her teeth.

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Has the most anticipated new role in Catching Fire finally been cast?

Following chatter over pretty much every hunk in Hollywood - from Taylor Kitsch to Trevor Donovan to Armie Hammer - Variety reports that Lionsgate has gone with the somewhat surprising selection of Sam Claflin as Finnick Odair.

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Amanda Plummer has signed on for a role in Catching Fire.

The veteran actress and former Golden Globe Award nominee will star in The Hunger Games sequel as Wiress, an eccentric Tribute who becomes an important fellow player/friend to Jennifer Lawrence's Katniss.

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Hunter Parrish came oh-so-close to being cast as Peeta in The Hunger Games, so the actor knows to be careful this time around. He's trying not to get his hopes up.

However, the Weeds star is aware fans have started a campaign to attach him to Catching Fire in the role of Finnick Odair and he's attempt to remain humble, but...

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Who will portray Finnick Odair in Catching Fire? Let's table that debate for a moment and focus on another key role from The Hunger Games sequel.

Multiple sources confirm that Oscar winner and 2012 Tony Award nominee Philip Seymour Hoffman has been offered the character of Plutarch Heavensbee, the Gamemaker at the Capitol who takes over for Seneca Crane and who is far savvier than his predecessor.